Chaos add Voltage on permanent basis
Chaos have announced that they have signed Logan “Voltage” Long from Triumph as a permanent replacement for Owen “smooya” Butterfield.
The 20-year-old was enlisted as a stand-in for Chaos in late March as a replacement for smooya who, at the time, had been benched after he returned to the UK to sort out issues with his ESTA.
Upon returning home, smooya’s P1 visa interview with the US embassy was postponed indefinitely due to the coronavirus outbreak, with the British AWPer being released from Chaos not long after as he would be unable to reunite with his teammates for the foreseeable future.
Voltage has joined Chaos on a permanent basis
While playing as a stand-in for Chaos in Flashpoint, Voltage has averaged a 1.04 rating over ten maps, making him the second-highest rated player on the roster below Joshua “steel” Nissan. Voltage’s permanent addition to Chaos reunites him with former Triumph coach Matthew “mCe” Elmore, and will now allow him to fully focus his attention on integrating into steel’s system.
Chaos will have a limited amount of time to get further practice hours in as the Flashpoint 1 playoffs are set to get underway on April 9, with the team taking on HAVU in the upper bracket.